31 second, color/silent film clip of the King Island Dancers performing at Nome. The drummer in the red and black checked shirt is Chief Olanna. He is the father of Agnes Kunnuk, the woman dancer in the fur parka with the light blue head scarf....
32 second, color/silent, film clip of the statehood parade in Nome, Alaska. The parade includes marching soldiers, children on bicycles, and cub scouts. One of the floats depicts Hawaii, with hula dancers and a ukulele.
Four minute, 56 second, black & white with sound, film clip. Film shows Ernest Gruening telling Philleo Nash that the problems of Alaskan Natives differ from those of the Lower 48 States. From title frame: "Gruening Collection, 1961-1964".
31-second, color, silent film clip of Front street and the shoreline at Kotzebue, Alaska, 1958-1961. The tugboat, Helen Lee, is seen with a walrus carcass on its deck. People are walking on the sidewalk.